N.Y. Real Property Law 332-A - Validation of the record, execution and proof or acknowledgment of certain other instruments
New York Laws > Real Property > Article 9 > § 332-A - Validation of the record, execution and proof or acknowledgment of certain other instruments
Current as of: 2010
§ 332-a. Validation of the record, execution and proof or acknowledgment of certain other instruments. The record made prior to the day when this act takes effect in the office of the recording officer of any county in this state or, the execution and proof or acknowledgment made prior to the day when this act takes effect, of any deed, mortgage, assignment or satisfaction piece of a mortgage, discharge or release of part of mortgaged premises, or other conveyance or a power of attorney, the acknowledgment of the execution of which by a corporation was made by an officer thereof, or the execution of which was proven by a subscribing witness, such acknowledgment or proof having been taken or made before an officer or person thereto authorized, and the certificate or certification thereof or therefor being sufficient as to form in all respects except that it either did not state the place of residence of such officer of the corporation or of such subscribing witness or did not state it with sufficient particularity, shall be in all respects as valid and effectual as though such certificate or certification had contained a sufficient statement as to such place of residence; but this section shall not affect any action or proceeding pending at the time of the taking effect thereof.
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